Author: MacArthur, John
Genre: Theology - Postmodern
Tags: Modernism / Postmodernism, Truth

Rick Shrader‘s Review:

This new book by MacArthur does a great service to conservative evangelicals and fundamentalists alike, regardless of your various points of disagreement with its author.  MacArthur uses the book of Jude as his text and speaks out on the apostasy within the churches today.  He defines and warns of postmodernism and its latest representative, emerging worship, leaving no doubt about his belief that this phenomenon is actually false belief pretending to be Christian and that its leaders (often quoting Brian McLaren) are false teachers leading others into unbelief with them.  He defends the church’s right to defend herself against these false teachers even though today’s attitude toward defending the faith is cynical.  He points out that the biblical reason apostates do what they do is lust of the flesh.  They “turn the grace of our God into lasciviousness,” they have eyes “full of adultery.”  This self-centered approach to ministry denies “the only Lord God, and our Lord Jesus Christ.”

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